MUM 2019

17 December 2019

We presented three papers at this year's MUM 2019 conference in Pisa. Furthermore, Florian took over the role of the Steering Committee Chair for the conference series.


Sarah Prange presented her paper "Securing Personal Items in Public Space: Stories of Attacks and Threats". The paper explores how ubiquitous technologies can be used to protect against theft of personal items.


Heike Drewes presented a joint paper with LMU on maximizing the number of targets in a Pursuits interface.



Yomna presented her paper on the domestication of thermal imaging. It explores how thermal cameras can be used in a (smart) home context.


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